San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
“Creative Meditation 2-day Playshop”
2-day exploration in conscious intuitive painting as a meditative
practice. We will practice allowing creativity to emerge from “being”
instead of “doing”, empowering our connection to the deepest realm
of Wholeness. We will use Cassou’s “Point Zero Method”.
Terri McGee is a creativity facilitator at Austin Art For Wellness. She
creates and facilitates art playshops that offer adults a process oriented
approach to painting. Similar to meditation, process painting provides
the opportunity to discover depths of Being beyond behavior patterns of
the mind, restoring holistic connectivity and harmony from within. Terri
has explored the painting process as a way of cultivating intuition,
conscious awareness and inner development since 2003. In 2012 she
began designing integrative painting playshops to help others access
the nurturing benefits of creativity. She studied inner development
“evolutionaries" like Jean Houston, Craig Hamilton, Claire Zammit, and
Katherine Woodward Thomas, as well as many others. She also
trained in intuitive painting with Michelle Cassou, the author of “Life,
Paint and Passion” and “Point Zero, Creativity Without Limits”.
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